Work With Us

March 27, 2015

Quantified Self Labs is growing and we’re looking for a few good people to join our team. If you share our interest in “self-knowledge through numbers” and enjoy working with a talented and experienced team both in person and remotely, please look at the open job and internships listed below. To apply, send a cover letter and resume/cv to labs@quantifiedself.com. Please include your salary requirements. If you want to work with us, but don’t see a specific job listed, feel free to get in touch. We welcome questions and referrals.

Community & Communications Intern

We’re looking for a great Community & Communications intern to help us engage with our worldwide Quantified Self community through in-person events, regular online communication, and ongoing research activities. This is a great job for somebody who believes in the QS mission, and is eager to gain experience building engagement in Bay Area cultural and technical communities.

Full job description for the Community and Communications Intern

 

About Quantified Self Labs
Quantified Self Labs is a California-based company founded by Gary Wolf and Kevin Kelly that serves the Quantified Self user community worldwide. Our mission is to inspire meaningful discoveries about ourselves and our communities that are grounded in accurate observation and enlivened by a spirit of friendship. We produce international meetings, conferences and expositions, community forums, web content and services, and guides to self-tracking ideas, methods, and tools.  We’re committed to creating a diverse and open work environment.

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